microscopical diagnosis

microscopical diagnosis

[‚mi·krə′skäp·ə·kəl ‚dī·əg′nō·səs]
(pathology)
Identification of a disease by microscopic examination of specimens taken from the patient.
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Imprint cytology as a technique for rapid microscopical diagnosis was introduced as early as 1927.C [1.2.3.4] Imprint cytology has been applied in the study of various tissues like lymph node, breast, thyroid, etc.
Neither new assay improved the detection of DH among patients without a microscopical diagnosis of enteropathy.